Impact of the Transformational Leadership on Administrative Employees Motivation. (A case study in the Iraqi National Insurance Company)
Keywords:transformational leadership (TL), administrative personnel (AP) , motivation, individual considerations (MIC), Inspiring motivation (IM).
The Study depended on knowledge of transformational leadership practices to developing the performance of the workforces in organizations .To achieve the goal, the study population consisted of all managers or their representatives in insurance companies operating in Iraq, and the study sample included the community. In total, that is, all employees at all administrative levels in Iraqi insurance companies (133) individuals, (133) questionnaires were distributed, and the number of retrieved questionnaires reached (126) questionnaires. (7) questionnaires were excluded due to their inefficiency in the statistical analysis, thus the number of questionnaires that were subjected to statistical analysis became (126), at a rate of (94.7%). ) out of the total number of questionnaires that were subjected to statistical analysis distributed questionnaires, which is an acceptable percentage for conducting statistical analysis. In light of this, The study sample relied on statistical methods and tests in order to obtain real information that increases the strength of the scientific results obtained by the study sample: The importance of the basic dimensions of transformational leadership, which consists of five dimensions that were addressed in the study sample, was determined. Where the tests showed that there is a clear effect between the basic dimensions in the administrative levels in the work environment of the Iraqi insurance company. On the other hand, the concept of transformational leadership and its role was clear in improving and increasing the skill, experience, and efficiency of employees and how to tackle difficulties and challenges. The results of the study came clearly on the existence of an effect between all dimensions of the independent variable in the research (transformational leadership) on the dependent variable (motivation of workers). In addition, the results of the study showed that the level of effectiveness of the decision-making process in the Iraqi insurance companies was a high level of the efficiency of decision-making among the company's managers
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